Find of the Week: Fake Natoo

Fake Natoo is a brand from mainland China.  In an industry where imports from China are all pervasive, original designs and designers are yet to make their mark in the global market. Fake Natoo, is one such brand, not just designing an intriguing and well designed collection, but also combining sustainability.  Na Zhang, a Beijing native from Canada, the designer behind Fake Natoo, works with discarded clothing and textile donations, to create greater value from unwanted materials. (Sass Brown)

Visit EcoFashionTalk to get a full overview of Fake Natoo.  For more information, visit Fake Natoo’s site.

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